A control structure produced during program preparation that is used to execute SQL statements.


(1) A block of storage within a table or index whose size is 4096 bytes (4KB).

(2) A unit of storage within a table space (4KB, 8KB, 16KB, or 32KB) or index space (4KB). In a table space, a page contains one or more rows in a table. In a LOB table space, a LOB value can span more than one page, but no more than one LOB value is stored on a page.


The ability to perform multiple database operations at the same time.

parameter marker

A question mark (?) that appears in a statement string of a dynamic SQL statement. The question mark can appear where a host variable might appear if the statement string was a static SQL statement. ...

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